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Supporters of Hungary's nationalist Jobbik party gathered in front of the US Embassy in Budapest for a pro-Iran demonstration.
"Jobbik takes a stand for Iran, which is threatened by Israeli aggression," deputy leader Zoltan Balczo told the demonstrators.
Balczo, who is also deputy speaker of Parliament, accused Israel of ignoring international treaties and UN conventions, and asked the United States to consider but its own interests in dealings with Iran.
"The tail should not wag the dog," he said.
Hungary refused a British request from an EU Foreign Ministers meeting to recall their ambassadors from Iran.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi said his country would not to follow Britain in recalling its ambassador from Iran, adding that such a move would cripple normal day-to-day operations at its embassy in Tehran.
Following a meeting of EU foreign ministers, Martonyi said after Iranian students occupied the British embassy in Tehran for two hours on Tuesday night, a number of EU countries have recalled their ambassadors from Tehran, but only for consultation.